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Trakker Quarry Truck Commercial

Trakker Quarry Truck Commercial

The footage in this production was used in a promo commercial for a newly produced Iveco Trakker Marble quarry truck. 99.8% of this production was captured with a compact, hand-launched aerial camera platform equipped with a 'Flight Head' style 3-axis stabilized camera gimbal fitted with a Canon 5D Mark II HD-DSLR camera. The following production clearly demonstrates the unlimited possibilities of this compact tool. Where cranes are limited in range, our tool has the same extremely smooth dynamic crane & gimbal pan/tilt movement plus the added ability to capture footage from 2 feet up to 300 feet in a single shot with untethered freedom of movement around an object...an impossible task for cranes. The stress, hassle and high cost associated with bringing in big heavy production equipment were eliminated. As demonstrated in the following video a separate camera gimbal operator was used to track shots by viewing (in real-time) a wireless video feed while remotely controlling the camera gimbal's 360-degrees of rotation and 180-degrees of tilt.

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The footage in this production was used in a promo commercial for a newly produced Iveco Trakker Marble quarry truck. 99.8% of this production was captured with a compact, hand-launched aerial camera platform equipped with a 'Flight Head' style 3-axis stabilized camera gimbal fitted with a Canon 5D Mark II HD-DSLR camera. The following production clearly demonstrates the unlimited possibilities of this compact tool. Where cranes are limited in range, our tool has the same extremely smooth dynamic crane & gimbal pan/tilt movement plus the added ability to capture footage from 2 feet up to 300 feet in a single shot with untethered freedom of movement around an object...an impossible task for cranes. The stress, hassle and high cost associated with bringing in big heavy production equipment were eliminated. As demonstrated in the following video a separate camera gimbal operator was used to track shots by viewing (in real-time) a wireless video feed while remotely controlling the camera gimbal's 360-degrees of rotation and 180-degrees of tilt.

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  • Upload date: 09-28-2011 11:52:57
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